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Old   March 26, 2002, 03:06
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neihad
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Hi Can we use Phoenics to evaluate natural ventilation system of commercial buildings?

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Old   March 27, 2002, 22:18
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I have seen it done, with good results. But I have not used phoenics for this purpose.

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Old   March 28, 2002, 03:04
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I have completed a number of natural ventilation projects using Fluent and ANSYS-Flotran software and I have got some good results. I appreciate if you direct me to any publication that deals with natural ventilation modeling using Phoenics software. I tried to find such information on the Internet but with no success.

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Old   April 1, 2002, 02:36
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I do not know of any on the Internet - If you can have a look in past Phoenics Journals.

Sorry I can't be a bit more specific.

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